Just one day after two of their own crew members were killed during a live broadcast, the news team at Virginia station WDBJ-TV regrouped, gathered together and leaned on one another for the live broadcast of its "Mornin'" show.
"We march together, putting one foot in front of the other, mourning our loss, never forgetting Alison and Adam and realizing they died in the performance of their duty. And we are not going to shirk that duty going forward, “WBDJ-TV General Manager Jeff Marks said during a press conference on Thursday.
Marks said Thursday staff were wearing ribbons in honor of Parker and Ward: teal for Parker — her favorite color — and maroon for Ward's alma mater of Virginia Tech.
A former franchisee alerted a Subway advertising executive in 2008 about her concerns about pitchman Jared Fogle, according to her lawyer.
The failed TV reporter who shot two journalists during a live broadcast lived in a sparsely furnished $600-a-month apartment decorated with pictures of himself, a video provided to NBC News.
According to an inventory of items found in a search warrant return, Vester Flanagan also had a wig, six magazines of ammunition, a brief case that contained three license plates, and a to-do list in the car he was fleeing in before he killed himself.
Police said Flanagan texted a friend "making reference to having done something stupid" following the shooting of WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, cameraman Adam Ward, and local chamber of commerce director Vicki Gardner — who was also shot and survived.
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A woman was arrested after breaking into a dance and taunting officers at the end of a pursuit Wednesday night near downtown Los Angeles.
Spike strips were used to destroy the car's tires, but the woman continued driving on the vehicle's wheels. The pursuit began around 10 p.m. in the downtown area.
Visiting on tidy porch stoops and dining at a thriving corner eatery, President Barack Obama paid tribute to New Orleans on Thursday as an extraordinary example of renewal and resilience 10 years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Rescue crews fanned across Dominica late Thursday to search for missing and injured people after Tropical Storm Erika pummeled the eastern Caribbean island, unleashing landslides and killing at least four people.
Manspreading is so widespread it's now a word.
The term, coined by commuters, refers to men on public transport who splay their legs wide apart and encroach on neighboring seats. It's now been added to OxfordDictionaries.com.
The free online dictionary of current usage, created by the publishers of the venerable Oxford English Dictionary, issued its quarterly update Thursday of new words that have gained widespread currency in the English language.
A 79-year-old woman walking her dog was seriously injured when she was struck by a car police were chasing Thursday in New Jersey, authorities said.
The gold 2002 Nissan Sentra jumped a curb and hit the woman just before noon near Branch Brook Park in Newark. The car also struck a Mercury Sable, injuring a driver and passenger.
All three were taken to a nearby hospital, where the woman remains in serious condition, prosecutors said. The others had less serious injuries. The woman's dog is also said to have survived.
Rochester police say they've arrested a suspect in the drive-by shooting outside the Boys & Girls Club that left three young men dead and four other people wounded.
Police said at a news conference Thursday night that they've found the car and firearm used in the Aug. 19 shooting. The suspect hasn't been identified. Authorities say they'll release the name when formal charges are filed.
A car carrying five young co-workers plunged down a 110-foot embankment in the Hudson Valley, hit a house and came to rest on its roof, killing four men inside, police said.
Meredith McSpirit, 19, of Kingston, failed to make a sharp turn Wednesday morning at an intersection in the village of Saugerties, sending the car down a private drive and over a heavily vegetated embankment. The vehicle hit a house across the street from the embankment and landed upside down, trapping McSpirit and her four passengers, according to police.
Frank E. Petersen Jr., who made history twice as the first African-American aviator in the Marine Corps and then as the Corps' first African-American general, has died. He was 83.
Frank E. Petersen III said his father died Tuesday at his home in Stevensville, on Maryland's Kent Island, of complications from lung cancer.
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The two NATO troops killed in an ambush in Afghanistan Wednesday were identified as U.S. special tactics airmen, NBC News reported.
Capt. Matthew D. Roland, 27, of Lexington, Kentucky, and Staff Sgt. Forrest B. Sibley, 31, of Pensacola, Florida, died after gunmen wearing Afghan security forces uniforms opened fire on their vehicle while it was stopped at a checkpoint near Camp Antonik, the Air Force said.
"These two combat controllers were incredible warriors who not only volunteered to join our nation's Special Operations Forces, but earned their way to the tip of the spear in defense of our nation," Col. Wolfe Davidson, 24th Special Operations Wing commander, said in a statement.
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A campus lockdown at Savannah State University has been lifted after one person was injured in a shooting near the student union, University spokeswoman Loretta Heyward said.
The college said in a message on social media at around 11 p.m. that the "campus is on lockdown due to a shooting incident" and students received an email advising them to “stay in place.”
According to two women who were in the union, there was a fight that ended in one person being shot in the collarbone area, NBC affiliate WSAV reported. The station said that other students applied pressure to the wound before first responders arrived.
The male victim was taken to the hospital. It wasn't immediately clear whether a suspect was in custody. No further details were immediately available.
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Two people are dead and four first responders have been hospitalized in a dangerous hazardous materials situation in unincorporated Des Plaines, Illinois.
Around 3:30 p.m., police were called to a northwest suburban townhome in the 9400 block of Harrison Street after receiving a report of three people in distress.
Upon entering the home, four Cook County sheriff's officers were unexpectedly exposed to a dangerous material and transported to area hospitals to be treated. The extent of their injuries is unclear.